We implement our
projects on Legacy Software with a tool our own tool: Survol, an
open-source project that you can freely download and use. This is a graphic tool that anyone can use.
It can display for example the tree of processes and subprocesses ...
... or a directory and its subdirectories ...
or the shared memory segments and the processes mapping them ... and
everything can be combined in graphic reports, everyone can understand.
An output mode is speficially tuned for printed reports.
Here are some
technical links about Survol:
- Survol on Sourceforge:
This is the historic source repository for Survol, when as a prototype
it was labelled rdfmon. The name is obsolete but it it actively used.
- Survol on Github: This is a backup GIT repository with the right name but a bit late.
- Survol on Linux (Demonstration): This runs on a Fedora machine (Quite often, this machine is stopped).
- Survol on Pypi (Test)
How to use it, on this site: